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1820-10-18, Choctaw Nation-U.S.
Treaty of Friendship, Limits, and Accommodation between the United States of America and the Choctaw Nation of Indians, October 18, 1820, 7 Stat.
210-214. ( Treaty of Friendship, Limits, and Accommodation between the United States and the Choctaw Nation. The land ceded by the Choctaws is described
in Article 1 and amounted to one-third of their land in the United States. As consideration the United States ceded a tract of land west of the
Mississippi River. The treaty was concluded at the Treaty Ground near Doak's Stand on the Natchez Road on October 18, 1820.)
Title:   A Treaty of friendship, limits, and accommodation between the United States of America and the Choctaw nation of Indians, begun and concluded at the Treaty Ground, in said nation, near Doak's Stand, on the Natchez Road.
OCLC Number:   1005933769
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